Staying in the parks all day can become exhausting. Occasionally, you just need to sit down and take a break for a little while. During the summer months, this will definitely also need to include air conditioning or a nice, breezy spot. Today, I am giving you some ideas for great locations to relax around the parks. Many of these are long time favorites of mine. I hope you will soon find them to be favorites of yours as well.
The Hub in front of Cinderella’s Castle (this area has been redesigned as a place for guests to relax)
WDW Railroad (as we discussed on Day 17)
Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover
Carousel of Progress
Enchanted Tiki Room
It’s A Small World (of course)
Hall of Presidents
Country Bear Jamboree
Tom Sawyer Island
Fountain of Nations (awesome dancing water show; grab a snack and drink and enjoy)
The American Adventure
The FriendShip boats at EPCOT’s International Gateway (as we discussed on Day 7)
Numerous shows around the park (follow your Times Guide)
The Great Movie Ride
For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing Along Celebration
Beauty and the Beast Live on Stage
Indiana Jones Stunt Show
Wildlife Express Train
Finding Nemo: The Musical
Festival of the Lion King
It’s Tough To Be a Bug
These are a few of my favorite places to relax at the parks. What are some of your favorites?
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